# 1 – BOSTON CHILDREN'S MUSEUM
If you have kids, Boston is a great place to take them. The Children's Museum is packed with interesting exhibits and interactive lessons to teach kids about the importance of health, science, arts and community diversity.
# 2 – COMMON BOSTON
It is the oldest park in the country and an important part of American history and Boston. It has already served as a camp for the British during the War of Independence, it is now at the center of American culture and attracts artists and artists throughout the year.
# 3 – FENWAY PARK
Stop at the country's oldest baseball stadium, with its iconic "Green Monster" wall covering the left field. It's a great place to learn more about the history of baseball, as tour guides are very passionate and knowledgeable about baseball.
# 4 – SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA OF BOSTON
The BSO is a good time for everyone, not just for classical music fans. You can listen to many traditional shows, as well as Boston Pops shows every day. Musical comedy and comedy numbers will also fill the lists, so be sure to book your tickets in advance for discounts, as they can be expensive at the door.
# 5 – SCIENCE MUSEUM
Another favorite stop for kids, but something that most adults will find equally enjoyable. The Science Museum covers all studies: geology, anatomy, astronomy, biology, etc.
# 6 – BOSTON PUBLIC GARDEN
As mentioned before, the Boston Common Park is the focus of Boston's best. Next door you will find the first public botanical garden in the country. This is something you would normally see only in the palace gardens or in private residences. The grounds maintenance is among the best you will see.
# 7 – MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS
The rich Museum of Fine Arts, which houses a collection spanning several eras and continents, complements the best choices for Boston's museums. It has one of the most venerated collections in the country, called America (wing), with 53 galleries full of hundreds of works of art.
# 8 – MARTHA VINEYARD
If you want to pamper yourself with sunshine, fine shopping and fine dining, you must book a ticket for the Martha's Vineyard in the spring. The quaint and iconic cottages that line the shores of the island will make you dream of owning your own home one day.
# 9 – WHALES VISIT
Want to adventure in the confines of Boston? Go whale watching at the Stellwagon National Marine Sanctuary. You will find here a plethora of marine life gathered to feed and socialize. The whales will be at your fingertips, you will be amazed by their size and grace.
# 10 – BOSTON DUCK TOURS
To get off the beaten path, there is another tourist alternative that takes you into the amphibious vehicle of the second world war, dubbed the duck. This half-boat, half-car will travel through Boston for a unique perspective on its monuments and historic sites. A nice ride for spring or summer.